Located in the heart of the Loire Valley close to Brissac Quincé, this 70 acres vineyard is run by Sheila and François Plumejeau. The area is synonymous with the Anjou Village Brissac appellation and its topography and geology makes it ideal to produce a wide range of wines:
• loamy sand, ideal for producing a red wine with silky tannins and fruity rosé wines
• Clay and limestone which give a good water supply to the vine and ensure a good maturity of grapes to produce the Anjou Village
• Clay and gravelly soils that suit the production of the white wines and rosés.
• A layer of shallow soil over rock, suitable for the early Chenin Blanc grape that is used in the production of sweet wines like the Coteaux de l' Aubance